South of Santa Fe

Overview

In his first of six inexpensive Westerns for producer Trem Carr, bantam-weight cowboy ace Tom Steele played Tom Keene, a Yankee defying Mexican Captain Rodriguez (Allan Garcia) by crossing over the border into Mexico to visit his friend, Lanky (Eddie Dunn). At the Thornton ranch, old man Thornton is murdered for his map to a mine by evil Jack Stone (Edwin Brady). At first, Keene mistakenly believes that Thornton's daughter, Beth (Janis Elliott), has been kidnapped by Grainger (Gordon De Main), but he proves to be...
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Overview

In his first of six inexpensive Westerns for producer Trem Carr, bantam-weight cowboy ace Tom Steele played Tom Keene, a Yankee defying Mexican Captain Rodriguez (Allan Garcia) by crossing over the border into Mexico to visit his friend, Lanky (Eddie Dunn). At the Thornton ranch, old man Thornton is murdered for his map to a mine by evil Jack Stone (Edwin Brady). At first, Keene mistakenly believes that Thornton's daughter, Beth (Janis Elliott), has been kidnapped by Grainger (Gordon De Main), but he proves to be a family friend. After settling this little matter, the two of them concoct a plan to retrieve the map. The bumbling Captain Rodriguez briefly gets in the way of things but the villains are finally apprehended and the map returned to a grateful Beth. South of Santa Fe was released by Poverty Row company Sono Art-World Wide. Following the demise of that company in 1933, producer Carr and Steele brought their act to Monogram.
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Editorial Reviews

All Movie Guide - Hans J. Wollstein
South of Santa Fe generally plods along without offering anything audiences haven't seen a hundred times before, but Bob Steele's zest remains infectious and veteran bad guy Al Bridge does a funny drunk act. Another veteran, Gordon DeMain, is billed "Buddy Wood" in the credits but is his usual ornery self, and future sidekick Chris Pin Martin adds to the overall fun. Assistant director Paul Malvern was a former stunt man, and South of Santa Fe has its fair share of crowd-pleasing moments.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/31/2011
  • UPC: 089218649294
  • Original Release: 1932
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  • Source: Alpha Video
  • Presentation: B&W
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 94,004

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Hank Bell henchman
Ed Brady Jack Stone
Al Bridge Bully
Bob Burns
Jack Clifford
Gordon de Main Grainger
Eddie Dunn Lanky
Janis Elliott Beth Thornton
John Elliott Thornton
Allan Garcia Captain Felipe Menendez Anunciado Gonzales Rodriguez
Chris-Pin Martin Pedro
Perry Murdock henchman
Bob Steele Tom Keene
Charles "Slim" Whitaker John Roberts
Technical Credits
Bert Glennon Director
Trem Carr Producer
Arthur G. Durlam Screenwriter
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